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Sexual Health

Some sexually transmitted infections don’t cause symptoms but can develop into more serious problems if left untreated. Don’t worry, most sexually transmitted infections can be tested using a simple urine or blood sample. Our extensive range of tests will give peace of mind for your sexual health in a discreet manner.

Are you worried that you may have contracted an STI?

Order one of our easy to complete home tests today.

  • Discrete packaging
  • Delivered quickly
  • Completely confidential
  • Secure online results in just 2-3 days
  • ISO Accredited Laboratory

Products

Uneed2Know Basic 2

£89.00

Tests For:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea

Uneed2Know Full 11

£249.00

Tests For:

  • Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis, HIV
  • Syphilis, Hepatitis B
  • Gardnerella, Mycoplasma
  • Ureaplasma, Herpes I & II

Uneed2Know Essential 3

£109.00

Tests For:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis

Uneed2know GP Consultation

£125.00

Prescriptions Provided For:

  • Chlamydia
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Gardnerella
  • Mycoplasma
  • Ureaplasma
  • Herpes
Private & confidential, professional advice from a GP

Uneed2Know Standard 6

£159.00

Don't forget your incubation periods will determine when to test:  

Tests For:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis B

Uneed2Know STI Confirmation Test

£145.00

The areas we cover for Confirmation Tests are as listed below: England excluding far reaches of Kent, Norfolk and Cornwall, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Mid/Main North Wales.

Tests For:

  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis B

The Process

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Why should I get tested?

Sexual health matters, protecting yourself and others from STI’s is a responsible action, testing regularly means that infections wont go untreated and you are unlikely to pass on to another person. Some STI’s if left untreated may cause further health issues so it is always good to know.

How often should you get tested for STI’s?

We recommend that you get tested for STI’s at least every 3 months, if you frequently change sexual partners, have symptoms or have had unprotected sex. There are incubation periods for STI’s, ensure you are past the incubation period before you take your test. If you are unsure when to take an STI test call Uneed2Know.

What if I do have an STI?

Don’t worry, Uneed2Know are here to give you advice and guidance on testing positive for STIs. We can also offer you access to organisations that specialise in certain STI’s as well treatment options. We have some handy guides that you can download here, these may help you to understand the infection a little more. Alternatively give us a call or join us on webchat.

Is my information confidential?

Yes, all personal information if secure and confidential, you don’t even have to give us your real name to be tested. We have a Privacy Policy here that will help you to understand how we process your data.

What is the process?

Its quick, simple and discrete to complete your test and get your results simply follow the steps below:

How will I receive my results?

Your results will be sent to you via our secure online portal, when you place your order you will receive two emails:

  1. Confirmation of your order
  2. Invitation to create your online secure account.

You will be prompted on screen to create your account and create a password (don’t forget to make a note of these). When your result is ready you will receive an email notification to alert you that your test has been updated.

Please note if you have a positive result for HIV, Hepatitis B or Syphilis we will call you to discuss the need for further confirmatory testing then update your online results account.

Head over to the secure account and log in to view your test result.

Your results document will be sent in PDF format allowing you to easily download and print  if required.

Important and Helpful Information

Syphilis
Terence Higgins Trust – https://www.tht.org.uk/hiv-and-sexual-health/sexual-health/stis/syphilis
British Association for Sexual Health & HIV – https://www.bashh.org/pils
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B Trust – https://www.hepbpositive.org.uk/
British Liver Trust – https://britishlivertrust.org.uk/information-and-support/living-with-a-liver-condition/liver-conditions/hepatitis-b/
British Association for Sexual Health & HIV – https://www.bashh.org/pils
HIV
British Association for Sexual Health & HIV – https://www.bashh.org/pils
Terence Higgins Trust – https://www.tht.org.uk/hiv-and-sexual-health
British HIV Association – https://standards.bhiva.org/